Norwich Network changes this December and January 2016

New service 39A is to be introduced in two weeks for the new ASDA
A number of changes are forthcoming from December 7th 2015 and January 3rd 2016 on First's Norwich Network as followed. New timetables are expected to be online in the coming week.

From Monday 7th December NEW Purple Line service 39A
The 39A is to operate from Mile Cross to the new ASDA store on Hall Road. The service will operate every 40 minutes through the day, with the 39 operating every 40 minutes beside 39 departures. The 39A will operate via Cavell Road identical to a 39, which will continue to operate from Coleburn Road.

From Sunday 3rd January 2016
Green Line 14/15/15A
Minor timetable changes of up to 5 minutes are made and a bus on the 14 will operate between Dussindale and Norwich every 20 minutes between 07:00 and 09:00 Monday to Friday. An additional journey will operate School days between Eaton and Cringleford and Hethersett and Wymondham Schools and an additional journey will operate between Broadland Business Park and Norwich at 20:10 Monday to Friday evenings.

Red Line 24 and 24A
A new 17:30 departure from Thorpe St Andrews Sainsburys to Queens Hills is added.

The 29S is withdrawn from early January 2016
Yellow Line 29/29A/29B/29S
Some journeys are retimed to operate 15 minutes earlier. The 29S is withdrawn and replaced by a 15:25 29 from Maple Drive. The 17:10 29 from Taverham to Norwich is withdrawn due to low usage.

31 
The Norwich Early Morning Circular is retimed slightly, and will now operate along Yarmouth Road to serve Broadland Business Park.

NEW 32
Complimenting the 31, the new 32 will depart Vulcan Road at 05:20 and operate an anti-clockwise around the Ring Road to Pound Lane then onto Broadland Business Park, operating back into Norwich via Yarmouth Road and the Rail Station.


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